Adding qEEG to Your Neurofeedback Practice


Adding qEEG to Your Neurofeedback Practice

Friday, April 8th, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Adding qEEG to your neurofeedback practice has never been easier. This webinar is for neurofeedback clinicians who are considering adding qEEG or who are using basic EEG assessments and would like to bring their interventions to a new level of efficacy and efficiency. Attendees will explore how qEEG helps the practitioner deepen their understanding of their client’s experience, create patient-centered therapeutic protocols and track outcomes. The webinar will use real case examples contrasting basic EEG assessment and qEEG assessment to provide clinicians a deeper understanding of the importance of effective, efficient assessment.


  • Discuss three ways qEEG can help inform treatment and intervention planning, in addition to neurofeedback.
  • Describe what a qEEG “map” is.
  • Contrast three differences between qEEG assessment and basic EEG assessment.

Linda Walker PhD


Linda Walker


Linda Walker, PhD, LPC, has integrated qEEG, neurofeedback and biofeedback into her counseling practice for more than 20 years. She presently enjoys helping others integrate these therapies into their areas of expertise through teaching, consulting, mentoring and software development.

In her early work, Linda helped adults who had developmental disabilities find ways to live independently and experience life to their fullest. Since then, she has had the privilege to work with people from diverse backgrounds and circumstances seeking to find their balance, wellbeing and optimal function. Along the journey, Linda has worked in optimal performance settings, community mental health, juvenile justice, private practice and corporate health.

She added qEEG-informed neurofeedback and biofeedback to her practice as she worked with juvenile delinquents in the early 2000s and was seeing young adults who experienced multiple medical, mental health and educational concerns. Conventional therapies seemed to be failing this group. As she began to work with neurofeedback and biofeedback, she became a firm advocate for these therapies as a catalyst for change.

Since then, Linda has continued working with individuals who have long-standing and chronic concerns, including epilepsy and chronic pain, in her private practice.

Linda has served as adjunct faculty at Western Michigan University and presented both nationally and internationally on topics of psychophysiology. She earned her doctorate in psychology/psychophysiology at Saybrook University and Masters in counseling at University of Oklahoma. She also has two post graduate certificates in school counseling and addiction from Western Michigan University. Linda is licensed as a Professional Counselor and School Counselor, and board certified in biofeedback, neurofeedback and qEEG.

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